While Vulkan has taken much of the spotlight in the past year when it comes to multi-platform graphics APIs, OpenGL continues to be used by many games, a lot of commercial/workstation software continues relying on OpenGL and that will not change over night, and there it continues to be a widely-used graphics API even if it may not be as fast or customizable as Vulkan. While we previously heard there would likely not be a new version of OpenGL in the foreseeable future, it appears OpenGL 4.6 is on the way…
By Steve Emms Bash (acronym for the ‘Bourne-Again-SHell’) is the GNU Project’s shell and programming language. It’s an sh-compatible shell that incorporates useful features from the Korn shell (ksh) and C shell (csh). Bash has become a de facto standard for shell scripting. It runs on almost all versions of Unix and a few other operating systems including Windows platforms.
Building toward a zero trust network is a capability most organizations possess.
From: Linux Today
By Craig McLuckie
Kubernetes is an open-source cluster manager that makes it easy to run Docker and other containers in production environments of all types (on-premises or in the public cloud). What is now an open community project came from development and operations patterns pioneered at Google to manage complex systems at internet scale.
From: Linux Journal
The Linux Kernel is often misunderstood.
From: Linux Today
By corbet In one sense, the Stack Clash vulnerability
that was announced on June 19 has not had a huge impact: thus far, at
least, there have been few (if any) stories of active exploits in the
wild. At other levels, though, this would appear to be in important
vulnerability, in that it has raised a number of questions about how the
community handles security issues and what can be expected in the future.
The indications, unfortunately, are not all positive.